I tapped a couple of sixlets a week or so back and things went well. Then the flow became a trickle and eventually stopped completely. It was suggested I froze the beer, so I turned the fridge off and left the door open for 24 hours. I poured a beer about 16 hours later and got a less than optimal flow that graduated retreated until it was gone entirely again. If I slosh the keg around I can hear beer sloshing. I would think, even with the temp now set to the absolute minimum, that the beer is not frozen. Or that at least the beer that was thawed would be really cold sitting in an ice box. But not the case. I am about 99% confident the beer is no longer frozen. The psi needle had been set at 12psi. Both taps produce no beer. I just cranked the regulator up so the gauge reads 35. Still nothing so I decided to wait and maybe it needs time to build up pressure. Any other ideas/pointers? The beer in the kegs (by my standards) is excellent and I'm tired of buying beer when I should have 10 gallons waiting to please my tongue, belly and head.